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29 October, 2020 blog

The number of Plastic Surgery and Aesthetic Medicine procedures grows year after year, and the explanation for this is quite simple. They are procedures that contribute to the improvement in patients’ physical appearance and their well-being, as well as in their self-esteem from the moment they get up in the morning and look at themselves in the mirror, get dressed, move around, go about their daily activities, up to the moment when they go to bed.


24 October, 2018 aesthetic medicineblog

These days aesthetic medicine treatments are widely used amongst both men and women. A large proportion of the population undergoes one of these non-surgical treatments with the aim of improving their image in order to look better.

However, there are different trends for one or other of these treatments in relation to the patient’s age, although all of them can benefit patients of any age.


19 September, 2018 blogbreast surgery

What is a mastopexy?

Mastopexy or breast uplift is a procedure that aims to reposition the breasts in their ideal place. For a variety of reasons, the breasts can droop, sag or become empty. The most common reasons for this are usually: pregnancy and breastfeeding, an important loss of weight, and the early development of breasts with a drooping form (the breast has developed this way).


5 July, 2018 blogfacial surgery

What is a rhinoplasty?

Rhinoplasty is surgery that modifies the shape of the nose and is one of the most common surgical operations performed in plastic surgery. Rhinoplasty can decrease or increase the size of the nose, change the shape of the tip or the bridge, narrow the nostrils or change the angle between the nose and the upper lip. It also corrects congenital problems, traumatisms and some respiratory problems.


Botox, an ally this summer

With the arrival of summer when the sun’s rays fall with greatest intensity, we contract our face muscles to protect us from its radiation. Coincidentally, these are the same face muscles that create wrinkles, which can be treated and prevented with the application of botulinum toxin or botox. The wrinkles that become more pronounced with the contraction of these muscles are: those between the eyebrows, forehead wrinkles, and crow’s feet. They coincide with the wrinkles that are produced when we try to protect ourselves from the sun.


1 March, 2018 blogintimate surgery

With new habits that evolve in line with life today, such as tight-fitting clothes, going to the gym and using changing rooms with other people, etc, a new requirement arises, that of surgery in intimate parts. The most requested operations are reduction labioplasty or the reduction of the inner vaginal lips, ninfoplasty or remodelling the skin that hoods the clitoris, augmentation or reduction of the outer lips and liposuction of the pubis.


12 February, 2018 aesthetic medicineblog

What is botox?

Commonly known as botox, this is a substance produced by bacteria called botulinum toxin, which acts at a molecular level to block or weaken the muscle’s action. Botox has various uses in medicine. On a cosmetic level it is used to soften the wrinkles between the eyebrows, those on the forehead, crow’s feet and to improve the outline of the eyebrows. It’s also used in other areas of the face. The result of its use is to give a more relaxed and fresher looking face.

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